The project designed by Loft Kolasiński included the interior design of an attic in a tenement house from 1911. The apartment was created after a comprehensive renovation of a unique Art Nouveau building built by Dawid Gronner in the years 1910-1911 in Cracow. Photography by Joel Hauck.
House for an Art Collector is a project designed by Melissa White Architects in 2017 and is located in london, United Kingdom. A large semi-detatched house in North London contained a small galley kitchen and eating area. Photography by Jim Stephenson.
Hornsey Lane by Melissa White Architects. Copyright Jim Stephenson 2018
Duplex at the golf course is a project designed by Manuel García Asociados. The apartment, divided into two floors, is crowning a residential building ubicated right next to the golf course’s green thanks to which it has a privileged location and views. The base floor, almost diaphanous, includes the day zone and toilet which thanks to two facades offers spacious, communicated and bright spaces. The upper floor, more fragmented, creates the night zone with three bedrooms with their bathrooms. In general, its interior design has sought to organize spaces, simplify their forms, materials and encounters and this way make the living in the apartment easier. Photography by Diego Opazo.
Villa “Cabo Negro 2” was designed by Cap Realty & Archgues and built in 2019 . This private house with 2 rectangular blocks was planned with a triple objective:
1. Marry the shape of the mountain
2. Penetrating lights and sea reflect whatever the angle of view
3. Feel the emotion of the existing nature
Amos Goldreich Architecture has completed the refurbishment and transformation of a maisonette in Tufnell Park, including the addition of a new loft conversion to provide a tranquil haven for the owners. Photography by Oliver Hammick.
Gong Sheng is a project designed by Jingu Phoenix space planning organization. The client is a landscape designer couple, who have a particular affection for nature and a serene lifestyle. The interior space consists of one basement and two floors on the ground, and each floor features staggered interior structures, which enriches the interaction between the occupants and spaces. The atrium and staircase are in the central area, with a green maple brought into the atrium from the previous residence. The underground rooms, tea drinking area and kitchen are dotted with plants. Each area within the space well integrates with nature and is awash with a living atmosphere. Photography by Wu Yongchang